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Using tables to hold data in website

Discussion in '(X)HTML / CSS' started by bongx, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. bongx

    bongx New Member

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    I am a developer who was hired to do some front-end CSS/XHTML work. This is a pretty large website with pretty tight restrictions, so I'm wondering...

    Of course the website is completely CSS based and not table based at all, but I was told from multiple sources that there should never be any tables on your website. "It slower to load and not considered a modern standard."

    The site I'm building has a lot of content which could probably in a table - so I'm wondering if there is some sort of alternate way to achieve a table - maybe with using CSS?

    How do you display a list of data, if not in a table.
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    You can use div-s in HTML in order to set a multiple column and row layout, then assign IDs to the div-s that will enable CSS styling for each one.

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